- "Gallagher": This exchange, where Space Ghost plays a trivia game with his guests (with both the losers and the winners getting blasted)
: Zorak, this question is for you. (Zorak has an Oh, Crap look on his face)
I have a tattoo. Where is it, and what is it of? Zorak
: Um— Space Ghost
: WRONG! (blasts Zorak)
- "Edelweiss": Mortar playing Space Ghost to the desk:
Mortar: (singing flatly) This is the note called middle C, this is how it sounds to me.
Space Ghost: Taco?
Beck: Oh, if you, if you have one, that would be nice.
Space Ghost: Moltar, release the taco! (a taco is flung into Beck's hands)
- "Zoltran" where Space Ghost attempts to interview Merril Markoe only to have her rip him a new one on EVERY SINGLE SILLY THING ABOUT THE SHOW!
Merill: So where are you?
SG: I'm right here.
Zorak: No stupid she means 'in space'!
Merill: Are like 500 miles away from Jupiter or on the moon or something?
SG: Oh...I'm over here, Merrill.
Merill: You don't know what you're talking about do you? (she says that numerous times)
Zorak: * bursts into laughter*
- "Boo Boo Kitty": "Living with you is like living in a living nightmare!"
- Pavement, the episode written by Space Ghost himself.
- "Sphinx": You see, dames are like mustard. They taste great on a sandwich. But when you're not eating a sandwich, they just sit there in the refrigerator.
- ...on a shelf.
- ...in a jar.
- Mike Judge blasting Zorak, over & over.
- Speaking of Mike Judge, being harassed to do repeated Beavis and Butt-Head phone messages for Zorak and Moltar in the cold open.
: (as Beavis) Moltar isn't home right now, fire fire, leave a message.
[In Hank Hills
voice] That Space Ghost has a cute little patootie, I tell you what.
- "Untitled": "LET THE POWER OF PONCH COMPEL YOU."
- Space Ghost's odd dialogue with George Clinton:
George Clinton: You wear a 'hood? I, I live in a 'hood. You have a 'hood, yeah, but how would I wear a 'hood?
Space Ghost: It's not hard. I take an entire neighborhood, put it on my head and dance around where the neighborhood used to be. The people who live in the neighborhood are terrified by my hopping, and some of them fall off my head and are trampled. It is then that the dance becomes a dance of sadness.
George Clinton: Why are you tellin' me this?
Space Ghost: Because I care about the innocent victims of my ill-advised dance of joy.
George Clinton: Oh...
Space Ghost: Fries don't come with that deadly shake.
- From "Piledriver", we are introduced to Space Ghost's grandfather, Leonard Ghostal (voiced by special guest "Macho Man" Randy Savage):
- Zorak hitting Leonard with a chair, complete with over-the-top wrestling commentary from Moltar and a cheering crowd.
- "Meanwhile, on the Planet of the Tiny Hut People..."
Saucer Crab: Gozar of the Tiny Hut People! Now is the time of your weekly beating!
Gozar: Is that you, Saucer Crab? (gets blasted by death rays)
Saucer Crab: Ha ha ha! Ha ha ha! Ha ha ha! See you next Thursday!"
- Saucer Crab showing up at the end of the episode to beat up Space Ghost, and Leonard Ghostal picking a fight with him. Then it turns out to have been an excuse to get away from Space Ghost's show.
- "Suckup" dealt with Space Ghost trying to butter up as many big shot hosts as possible. It goes well with one, former host of Talk Soup Jon Henson, but he had a skunk spot and they try complimenting him on that.
Zorak: It looks like a third eye!
Space Ghost: ZORAK!
Moltar: Hey, hey! Ix-nay on the third eyece.
Zorak: I mean, I like it...it's neat.
Space Ghost: That's the nicest third eye I've ever seen!
Henson: You like that, huh? Big with the chicks.
- Even worse SG was doing well...until he asked if his tongue ever got sore. It just fell apart right there faster than a stack of cards in a hurricane.
- "Dam" has some of the greatest timing in the show's run and is filled with many moments that are hard to put into words. Simpler moments to describe include the ending where Space Ghost is convinced by the voice on his self-help tape to blow up the Hoover Dam and his subsequent off-camera arrest.
- Space Ghost's intro to Steve Allen:
Space Ghost: Ladies and gentlemen, you've seen him, you know him, you love him, you go through a period where you don't love him so much, yet you don't want to hurt him, so you don't dare tell him of your feelings, so you marry him, you bear his children, and you live out the rest of your days suffering from his cold and silent indifference, say hello to Steve Allen!
- "Down in the hollar, amongst the filth and squalor, looks like a feud there's gonna be-" "THAT NUMBER'S BEEN CUT!"
- After the final musical number, Space Ghost orders Andy Dick to dance.
Andy Dick: ...A five, six, seven, eight. (tap dances) How much you want? I can go on all day.
Space Ghost: Do it all day.
Andy Dick: Yeah, I can do anything, I can shuffle off to Buffalo...
Zorak: Why don't you shuffle off to Mars?
Andy Dick: I can't, I can't shuffle off too far, though.
- "Dimethylpyrimidinol Bisulfite": Zorak constantly trying to sell his product, an ointment, constantly cutting into Space Ghost's interviews.
SG: Okay Zorak I'm sick of this so do your stupid little pitch and get it out of your system!
Zorak: Oh... um it's good... it's good ointment.
SG: ...Is that it?
Zorak: It's good ointment... ah, here put some on your scalp!
Zorak: Okay... it's your loss.
SG: SHUT UP!
Zorak: ...But see look at my pincer * gets blasted*
- The interview with Pat Boone gets off to an awkward start:
: We need to lose the glasses, Pat. Pat Boone
: (takes sunglasses off) Oh, well, that could be arranged. Did I shake you up a little bit? Space Ghost
) Pat Boone
: Listen, I am really delighted- Space Ghost
: Pat, in 1955, you recorded the monster hit "April Love".
- The Rappin' Space Goblin.